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There are many talks on the internet about writing, but nothing like Write Pack Radio. Write Pack Radio brings Pop Culture, Writing, and Publishing together and throws them into a crucible of humor, clarity, and passion.

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In this episode, the Write Pack explores how to submit your work for publication and celebrate Bram Stoker's birthday. How do you find the places to submit your work to? How can you find out who are in the publishing industry? What can we... more

In this episode, the Write Pack explores the use of shared universes within our writing and with other authors. What is a shared universe? What problems can come up in using shared universes? What are the advantages... more

In this episode, the Write Pack explores the power of Brainstorming. How does brainstorming help breakout of your writing ruts? How does brainstorming help in plotting? How does brainstorming help in creating characters? And more All... more

In this episode, the Write Pack explores what makes a good noir story and a good thriller. What is the difference between noir stories and thrillers? What makes a good noir style story? What are the important elements of a good thriller? And... more

In this episode, the Write Pack how to target conflict to make your story even better. Can we have an engaging story that doesn't have a conflict? Why is conflict such a major element to the story? What is the difference between a... more

In this episode, the Write Pack celebrates Zane Grey's birthday and explores the question of how much writing, rewriting and polishing goes in to a story. What could the super published author Zane Grey do in his time that we, as modern... more

In this episode, the Write Pack explores a question raised as several traditional publishers cancelled mystery series in 2016. Is the mystery genre over saturated? How have shows like CSI changed the mystery genre? Are publishers stepping... more

In this episode, the Write Pack explores how to turn your book into an audio book. How do authors work with ACX (Audible)? How can you arrange for voice actors to read your book? Should the author just read their book? What goes... more

In this episode, the Write Pack Radio's Jennifer Stolzer interviews authors at the third Wine, Wit & Lit fundraiser. Proceeds of the event went to benefit Reeling and Healing Midwest, a nonprofit organization that supports cancer survivors, taking... more

In this episode, the Write Pack Radio's Jennifer Stolzer interviews authors at the third Wine, Wit & Lit fundraiser. Proceeds of the event went to benefit Reeling and Healing Midwest, a nonprofit organization that supports cancer survivors, taking... more

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